Some people just shouldn't be allowed to work on their own guns.

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    The crazy thing is that folks still want it.
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    It WAS a nice looking gun.
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    p95 the hammer , disconnect , ect is the least of it , and easily replaceable *** did they do to the frame in the name of " accurising " or " throating" is my thoughts , i bet the frame is a mess on both feed ramp and rails , just for starters

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    This guy is definately from the school of "Nothing you can't fix with a hammer and screwdriver!".
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    I think we are in agreement tho RR - it's a ''no touch'' for most anyone here

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    <laughing here> "wasn't me" that did it
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    Bruce needs to Email him for barrel and frame pics

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    My smith back in Syracuse always said "I should double charge people who think they can fix their own gun. They make double the amount of work for me".


    I cant laugh at the pick though. When I first got my 1911 I tryed using chanel lock plyers to remove the bushing (yeah.. Im an idiot). Im glad that the wore that came of it was a slightly mared bushing. Bushings are aheck of alot easier to replace than a slide.

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    to make msatters worse they put thunder ranch grips on it, sort of false advertisement. unless they did that to a thunderranch special. wonder what Les Baer or Clint Smith would have to say.

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    imho today clint would say " Buy my new .44 revolver " LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs
    imho today clint would say " Buy my new .44 revolver " LOL


    The that ugly logo on the side Bling bling

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    now bud ya know ya gottqa get the " tactical " model to get the bling bling logo dont ya LOL

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    Hold on i got tactical for ya

    that logo's got nothing one this


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    oO( that isnt tactical or tactikewl , because he isnt wearing the gander mountain mossy oak bdus and boonie hat )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    Bruce needs to Email him for barrel and frame pics
    Done, waiting a reply

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